Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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... found a thin layer of slick on the water, in Australia, the water is green, here, it was blue. Deep blue, for as far as the eye could see. Even when you got in, opening your eyes underwater, all you could see in every direction was crystal clear blue. Despite the long standing trail of tourists that have been there, Fethiye proved to be rather underwhelming. We arrived on a bus we paid far too much to stow our bikes on at about 9pm, without yet a place to stay. ...
... to the hotel for dinner and Havdallah, we brought in the new week with frozen treats at a nearby ice cream shop.
After returning to the hotel for the evening, we packed up to prepare for our return south tomorrow!
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... people. Needless to say, it is a much different feeling than the mattress sales and BBQ’s on Memorial Day in America!
Following this program, the participants were given some shekels and free time in Tel Aviv. Many had friends or family stop by to see them, everyone went and got some good food (falafel and shwarma with an iced coffee seemed to be the favorites) and contribute to the Israeli economy by doing a little shopping.
Tonight, we ...
... 200 years because none of the groups can agree on who should remove it. Apparently they just keep replacing it. We wound our way to the Wailing Wall (also known as the Western Wall by Jews). Why is this part of the wall so sacred rather than any other part. Because it is closest to the Holy of Holies which refers to the inner sanctuary of the First Temple. It contained the Ark of the Covenant which in turn contained the 10 Commandments given ...
... to the topography and geography of Israel.
Tour and “Tanning” in Jaffa (still Tim)
We visited the House of Simon, the Tanner of Jaffa. Father Jim read the account from the Acts of the Apostles about how Peter heard the word of God that all his creatures are pure and therefore Peter did not have to be “kosher” (thus a splitting of Peter the Jew into Peter the ...